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    Whose your favorite coach? For personal reasons I'd have to say Bobby Knight. The guys such a character, who at the same time can coach. I remember watching that 6th man show or whatever it was on espn. Some kids dribbling, he calls off the play, takes the ball "get rid of this, its been dribbled too much" hahahahha



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    Bobby Knight is a character whether winning or losing. He is a sideshow, an extravaganza, an extremist, a competitor, a knowledge machine, a treat for a boring game.


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    Bobby Knight - His players have superior discipline and his kids graduated. I disliked all sports reality shows until Knight school. It would be an honor to meet the man. He is the reason that Texas Tech is my second favorite Big XII school


    "If it was easy, someone else would have done it already." ISU Director of Athletics Jamie Pollard

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    yeah the guys just wicked funny. i'd probably poop myself if I was practicing with him



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    Terry Carroll- coached at ISU as associate head coach under LE now at Denver University the guy can coach he gets great recruits IE jamaal tinsley and is an outstanding person


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    tim floyd.


    Sure, luck means a lot in football. Not having a good quarterback is bad luck
    - Don Schula.

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    if we went pro, i'd have to say john avery



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